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Children of a Different Tribe - UU Young Adult Developmental Issues by Sharon Hwang Colligan

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I. Introduction

1.1 List: Formative Stories We Never Heard
1.2 We Are Children of a Different Tribe
1.3 UUs are a Recognizable People
1.4 List: Children of the Same Tribe

II. Liberal Religious Young Adults: Developmental Issues

2.1 Introduction: a lack of material
2.2 YRUU vs. UUYAN: Coffeehouse example
2.3 Adulthood
2.4 Career, Religion, Sexuality
2.5 List: Eight Models of UU Young Adult Ministries

III. What I Learned from People of Color

3.1 Overall
3.2 Asian, Latino
3.3 Black
3.4 Jewish
3.5 Native American
3.6 UU Young Adults of Color

IV. An Anthropology of UUYAN

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Theology
4.3 Psychology
4.4 Gender
4.5 Sexuality
4.6 Bi-cultural
4.7 Circle Instinct

V. Naming: Toward a Language of Our Own

5.1 Intro: a language of our own
5.2 The UU Conversion Experience: the Magic Pool of Communion
5.3 Dangers of the Magic Pool: Eddies, Idolatry, Addiction
5.4 Stolen by Fairies
5.5 Bridging Trauma Syndrome: The Mark of the Cliff
5.6 Cliffing and Soul Loss
5.7 UUism and Soul Retrieval
5.8 Bridging Trauma Syndrome: Four Types
5.9 The Eddy at the Second Cliff
5.10 Fairy Godbrothers and other UUYAN Elders
5.11 Soul Retrieval: How to Do It
5.12 Successful Bridging
5.13 Paganism and Resistance



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